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was 22% of the costs. >> thank you. director metcalf? >> why is the sf puc proposing to subsidize the installation by 3. 5 million dollars? >> the puc is here and barbara hale could speak to that. but in terms of bringing us on as a customer, they are able to further utilize the amount -- to sell on the retail market additional energy that they would otherwise would be surplus and selling on the whole sale market. >> do they make the money back? >> they make the money back. >> thank you. that is all i need. >> director reiskin? >> just a comment, as the chair said, first of all, a very good and comprehensive report. so i appreciate that. and i also think as the transbay terminal itself is enabling a sustainability form of transportation and brings a very big environmental benefit to the region, i think it's very appropriate that we would be powering it with clean hetch hetchy power. so i commend the puc for an innovative and aggressive proposal and i think this is a win-win and good for the puc and it's good for the project and it's good for the city. so i think i'm happ
in august. if there are any questions? >> director metcalf? >> are the buses entering the station and the buses leaving, crossing each other, so they have to stop and wait for each other? >> there are set of lights controlled. >> because this counterclockwise intrinsic is so valuable? >> we have done a lot of studies and the timing is such that you can switch across there. >> bob, i think has more to add. >> actually, the clockwise movement and in combination with the left-hand running moves that cross traffic from the entrance of the station out to a point on the ramp, where we have a signalized crossover. because it was the buses need to be clockwise run sog running so that it can drop off passengers and pick up passengers. if we didn't, it was because of that that we introduced the left-running ramp that avoids that crossover at that point where it causes a problem. >> okay. >> director reiskin. >> so i have one similar question. do we know kind of at peak future capacity how many vehicles per hour would be going through that interchange? and would this be a triggered
metcalfe ray's coming over, because he's on the other side. he has to turn around in a circle and chase metcalfe down. well, you see metcalfe starting to pull away. it turned out to be a 62-yard run. after about 40 yards, you see ray hit another gear. he leaps, grabs him, pulls him down with one hand at the 12, you can see metcalfe sitting on the turf raising his hands up saying, what squlus happened? how did i get run down by a middle linebacker? metcalfe supposedly ran a 4.3 40. ray lewis 6'1", 265, 260, he just got run down by a middle linebacker. in the next play ray made the next tackle. unbelievable. that's when people said he is really, really special. >> all right. mike preston of the "the baltimore sun" it will be tough to see him go. thank you. >> all right. tang tear. >>> next hour of excuse me, sir i'm gonna have to ask you to power down your little word game. i think your friends will understand. oh no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside assistance, pretty much access geico
'll take a roll call vote. director lloyd? >> aye. >> director mett kav? metcalf? >> aye. >> we'll have to carry this forward. >> so we'll take a motion to continue this item to the next board meeting. >> so moved. >> we have a motion and i believe we can do that -- >> what will change next time? >> the two will always abstain because they weren't here. >> i wasn't able to attend the meeting. >> what will change? >> i apologize. >> so you may review the meeting minutes that are available online and confirm that the meeting minutes accurately reflect the activity. >> okay. >> >> so we have a motion to continue this item until january and we will do so without opposition. do we have any other items to review? >> that does conclude your agenda today. >> meeting adjourned and happy holidays to everybody. [ gavel ] >> there are kids and families ever were. it is really an extraordinary playground. it has got a little something for everyone. it is aesthetically billion. it is completely accessible. you can see how excited people are for this playground. it is very special. >> o
? >> present. >> director metcalf? >> present. >> director reiskin. >> present. >> vice-chair ortiz? >> present. >> and chair kim? >> present. >> madame chair you have a quorum. >> thank you. do you have any communications this morning? >> none that i'm aware of. >> is there any new or old business from the board of directors? seeing none let's move on to the executive director's report. >> good morning everyone. i would like to begin my report this morning on this last board meeting of the year by dedicating our board meeting in the memory of mike nevin, who recently left us. mike was one of our founding board members way back when we created the transbay joint powers authority and was very supportive over the years. he served as our first chairperson and was there with us in the initial years of moving the project forward. mike was a member of the caltrain board of directors and also a former san mateo county supervisor, mayor of daly city and san francisco police inspector and not only served on our board, but numerous other regional transportation boards and we'll always
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questions from director metcalf. >> so whether you add all of those buttresses, going up to more than 200 and a $25 million overexpense compared to what you budgeted. is that out of the $75 million contingency? >> let me talk about that. by the way, if we need to, i don't have it on a slide, but we can have a more detailed report to provide to the board in terms of things that have occurred that cause changes in costs. and to tap into the program accounts. >> that would be great. >> so question do that for a future meeting, certainly. the $75 million, let me expound on contingencies for a minute, if i could take the board's time. there are four buckets of different types of contingency items. the most prominently displayed is the reserve account that director reiskin said is around $25 million today. that is down from 45 when we established the budget. that is intended for things that change the scope of the project. buttress increase was certainly that kind of event that would tap into that. the second type that today is around $32 or $33 million is construction contingency. the int
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